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xvi                                               CONTENTS
HARRDIAN FIORDóConcluded
Baker Glacier....................................................    330
Surprise Glacier.................................................    331
Detached Glacier.................................................    333
Cataract Glacier.................................................    333
Harriman Glacier................................................    334
Dirty Glacier....................................................    335
Hearing Glacier.................................................    336
Wedge Glacier...................................................    336
Smaller Glaciers.................................................    336
Toboggan Glacier................................................    337
PORT WELLS........................................................    339
GLACIAL EROSION....................................................    341
GLACIAL DEPOSITS IN HARRIMAN FIORD AND PORT WELLS..............    343
RELATIONSHIPS OF VEGETATION TO GLACIAL HISTORY...................    346
CHAPTER XVH.   THE GLACIERS OF PASSAGE CANAL AND BLACK-STONE BAY....................................................    351
BLACKSTONB BAT....................................................    352
'     Tebenkof Glacier.................................................    352
Glaciers at the Head of Blackstone Bay............................    355
Blackstone Glacier.........................................................355
Beloit and Marquette Glaciers..............................................856
Bipon and Lawrence Glaciers...............................................356
Glaciers on the Western Side of Blackstone Bay...............................357
Glacial Erosion..................................................    357
Glacial Deposits.................................................    358
Relationships of Forest to Stages of Glaciation.......................    360
PASSAGE CANAL.....................................................    361
Seth Glacier.....................................................    361
Billings Glacier..................................................    361
Glaciers at the Head of Passage Canal..............................    362
Portage Glacier Pass.......................................................362
Portage Glacier...........................................................863
Learnard Glacier.............................,............................888
A Cascading Glacier.......................................................367
Glacial Erosion in Passage Canal...................................    367
COCHRANE BAY......................................................    368
CULROSS PASSAGE....................................................    369
CHAPTER XVill.   OTHER GLACIERS OF PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND
PORT NELLIE JUAN..................................................    370
Nellie Juan Glacier...............................................    371
Ultramarine Glacier..............................................    372